ICE refuses 250K petitions after release of detained kids delayed

Video-scene at the door as ICE refuses the petitions 2 min 23 sec

Friday, the 17th of July was supposed to be a court-ordered deadline for ICE to release detained children so they don't get COVID-19. Instead, ICE went and got another ten-day extension, twice the 5 day average covid incubation period.

In response, protesters descended on ICE with 250K signed petitions demanding these children and their families be released. Guards refused to accept the boxed petitions, claiming nobody was there.

Scene at ICE's door

Security guards refused to allow the signed petitions in the door, claiming nobody was there.

The protest also included a car caravan

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